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ALA Booklist says, "Haas writes gracefully and evocatively of boy, horse, and desperate men...a thrilling tale with many opportunities for discussion.SLJ says, "..story moves at the same fast pace as the horse and unknown rider...They have provided man with important works on laws, ethics, and politics.This book examines their philosophical thoughts and their influence on the growth of civilization, man's disposition, and human development.Vermont declared independence form New York at Westminster, which also hosted the first Vermont printing press.Our first newspaper was printed here, as well as our first paper currency; later the same afternoon, Vermont's first counterfeiting case commenced.
They all walk to nearby houses, enjoying the camaraderie of their neighbors, shoveling walkways and gathering together for an impromptu feast around a fire.From the Bramble and Maggie series, here's a beautifully crafted book for beginning readers." Carolyn Phelan, Booklist, Starred review It's Fall. "Clear, lively prose and soft, expressive gouache illustrations (Alison Friend) combine for a Halloween friendship story." Horn Boo, 2014 "...shows young readers that you can be a little afraid as you face your fears.The air is crisp, and Bramble (the horse) has fun pretending to be afraid of every crinkling leaf. Readers will be able to easily connect to Maggie as they have to be patient with the many new things in their lives as well."When Uncle Daney got out of the hospital, there was no place to put him but the barn." In a tightly built stall that's nicer than the trailer where Cole and his family live, but Cole is worried. Westminster got its first charter from Massachusetts in 1735, making it the oldest chartered town in Vermont.It was the site of the Westminster Massacre, the first fatal conflict of the American Revolution.